Rexx is a full blood red nose pit bull that acts so silly! What a pretty face! :))
This is Rexx, a 2 years old full blood red nose pit bull dog. When mommy asks him if he’s a good boy, he answers with a pretty but goofy face! Me? 🙂
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This is Rexx, a 2 years old full blood red nose pit bull dog, that acts accordingly to his breed!
He is spending some quality time with his mom, relaxing on the couch with his feet up in the air, and getting some well-deserved belly rubs.
But when mommy asks him if he’s a good boy, he answers with a pretty but extremely surprised face! Me? A good boy?! What kind of question is that?! Of course, I’m a good boy!
Bully breeds like pits are goofy, extremely loyal and so eager to please their owners.
They want to impress you all the time by learning a new trick or just make you laugh by clowning around, just like Rexx! 🙂
Acting silly, swinging on their backs, or just engaging in sprints around the house or yard, they are always there for you to make you laugh or smile.
They are fun and playful, very athletic and energetic, so clearly you will not get bored with them around! Of course, bringing a pit bull into your family takes a lot of commitment, but the love you will get in return, will definitely worth the effort!
If you are willing to invest time in training, early socialization and constant discipline, you will have a best friend for life!
Just take a look at this goofy pit bull and you’ll clearly realize they are not dangerous or vicious like everyone says. Just look at his pretty face! He is absolutely adorable! 🙂
15 weeks pit bull puppy Boysie starts biting the bath bubbles. He’s absolutely gorgeous! :)
His name is Boysie and he is 15 weeks old in this video. He loves to eat, so he even starts biting the bath bubbles 🙂
His name is Boysie and he is 15 weeks old in this video.
He loves to eat, so he even starts biting the bath bubbles! He’s so gorgeous and curious! Mmm, what’s this?! 🙂
Crazy Pit bull dog Stormy starts jumping on the couch and acting goofy! He doesn’t like toys, unless it’s to destroy them! LOL! :)
Stormy is an adorable and playful 15 months old pit bull dog. He starts jumping like crazy on the couch and rolling on the floor.
He doesn’t like balls or toys, unless it’s to destroy them; but he loves playing with his Chewy!
Aww, he’s just a sweet boy that loves to cuddle and kiss! 🙂
Pit Bull dogs Coco and Bleu are watching Wendy Williams show on TV! Her mastiff dog was a guest! :)
Coco is on the left and she is a pit bull female. Bleu on the other hand is a baby boy. Now they are both watching the Wendy Williams dog show on TV 🙂
Coco is on the left and she is a pit bull female. She LOVES people and treats. She’s a true diva that likes lying on the bed, watching TV and going for rides in the car. She’s pretty mellow.
Bleu, on the other hand, is a baby boy. He just turned 3, he’s feisty and a good guard dog. He loves to play with his big sister Coco and he’s a thief when it comes to food. He also loves to go on rides but he likes to BARK at EVERYONE he sees.
Now they are both watching the Wendy Williams dog show on TV, very carefully!
They simply look fascinated by the episode, probably because Cesar Milan is talking; or because they just saw another dog trapped in that weird box, lol.
One thing is sure, they enjoy every second of it, trying not to miss what’s happening there. It’s an infotainment talk show, so they want to be entertained! Dogs are picky too, you know! 🙂
As soon as the host gives thanks to Cesar, they look like they know the show is about to end, and they start moving anxiously. It’s really impressive! 🙂
Although dogs are “colorblind”, they do not see in black-and-white; they have a spectrum of yellow and blue.
Today’s technology makes it easier for dogs to watch TV. Their brains process the visual imagery faster than human brains, but innovations such as High Definition (HD) or increased frame rates allow the TV to keep up with dogs’ quick vision.
Of course, just like humans, their response to the tube depends on their personality.
Hounds for example, who are driven by smell, don’t show a lot of interest to what’s on television.
But herding breeds, such as Terriers, are motivated by moving objects so they usually respond by barking or by intently watching the dog on the screen.